How about a Phoebe? On 11-Apr-10, at 8:52 PM, Susan Fogleman wrote: > Carol, > > Thanks for sharing your sightings. I was over that way today, but > didn't go > up to Button Bay. I just got home, have looked at your photos, and am > wondering if any other VT birders did, too, as it's still a tad > early for > E.Kingbird. > > If I lived closer than 3 hours away I'd go have a look first thing > tomorrow > (Monday). Although it may be simply a factor of the angle and the > lighting, > the photo shows a bird that looks suspiciously like an immature > FORK-TAILED > FLYCATCHER. > > Best, > > Susan Fogleman > Campton NH > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Vermont Birds [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Carol > Scott > Sent: Sunday, April 11, 2010 8:41 PM > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: [VTBIRD] Loon and kingbird at Button Bay > > Heard and saw a Common Loon from the point at Button Bay-- and then > was briefly visited by an Eastern Kingbird. > > Pics of both here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kayre/ > > Pretty exciting for me, as the loon is a lifebird and the kingbird's > only my second sighting (in the same place). > > Carol Scott > Eve Ticknor Coordinator OFNC Falcon Watch 38-9 Gillespie Cres Ottawa, Ontario K1V 9T5 613-859-9545, 613-737-7551 Box 122, 35 Elm St Essex, NY 12936 "All nature is but art, unknown to thee"